Searching for the perfect gift for the man in your life this Father’s Day? Whether it’s your dear old dad, your grandfather, a family friend, or the father of your own kids, Father’s Day is a much-loved way to celebrate these figures around the world – and on Irish Father’s Day, it’s no different.
WE FELL IN LOVE WITH IRELAND AND IRISH LIFESTYLE.
Thit muid i ngrá le hÉirinn
Irish Socksciety loves all that is quirky and humorous of contemporary Ireland.
they feel that feet have lots to say, and to help them talk, they design colourful and funny socks here, in Galway, on the west coast of Ireland, in the middle of the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way.
They are a natural Irish skincare company from the West of Ireland based beside the Cliffs of Moher. Their range of products includes handmade soap, body scrubs, body moisturisers, lip balms, bath salts and a selection of gift sets.
It’s great to be Irish all year round but St. Patrick’s Day is the one day of the year that we can really feel proud. For a small country, Ireland has really made its mark on the world. From our sporting achievements to our music legends to our talented actors and writers, with The Banshees of Inisherin picking up awards left, right and centre, there’s plenty to be proud of.
It’s that time of year again where we celebrate our little island, and raise a glass to St. Patrick. All around the world, festivities will kick off as descendants from the Emerald Isle (or just those who want to join in on the fun) honour the history and rich culture of Ireland. And for those heading to our shores to celebrate, the party is an even bigger affair.
A glance at the calendar might tell you that summer has arrived – but really, you don’t need a calendar to know that much. Peeking outside the window, listening out for tell-tale noises, or even sniffing the air is enough to confirm it; the sights, sounds and smells all point towards the changing of the seasons.
Irish jewellery has always been rich in symbolism. From the iconic Tara Brooch to the ornate Broighter Collar, there’s a unique style and common themes that give it a distinctively Celtic feel.
March 19th is Mother’s Day in Ireland this year; an occasion to celebrate your nearest and dearest and let them know just how much you care.
It’s this time of year that we love to celebrate all that is Irish. And what better way to celebrate than to look at what makes us tick.
When you think of Valentine’s Day, your mind might race towards blooming roses and boxes of chocolates; common choices to show your affection on the most romantic of all days. But when it comes to history and heritage, those pale in comparison to Irish design – which has been celebrating love for centuries.